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Promote yourself! Long-term training on visibility, dissemination and exploitation of results (DEOR) within Erasmus+: Youth in Action projects

Training Course

8-12 December 2015 | Ljubljana, Slovenia

The aim of this long-term training is to offer support for the applicants and beneficiaries of the programme for successful planning and implementation of visibility and DEOR strategies within their Erasmus+: Youth in Action projects.
WHO IS THIS TRAINING FOR? If you … • have actively participated in the planning and implementation of at least one mobility activity within Erasmus+/Youth in Action programme • have an idea for a new mobility project, with which you intend to apply in the first half of 2016 • want to increase the overall impact of your project by ensuring visibility and effective dissemination and exploitation of your project results with the help of communication experts and trainers • commit to active participation in all three phases of this training: - PHASE 1: 1st Training, 8-12 December 2015, Ljubljana, Slovenia - PHASE 2: Practising and implementing in local realities, January-June 2016 - PHASE 3: 2nd Training, June/September 2016 …and are willing to… • Reflect on the past communications connected to your projects • Share your experiences with other participants • Explore the expectations of the Erasmus+: Youth in Action programme in the area of impact, visibility and dissemination and exploitation of results • Upgrade your communication to reach set aims • Discover innovative use of different communication channels and tools to communicate meaningfully about your projects • Learn and put it into practice in a learning community ...then this long-term training course is for you! BACKGROUND INFORMATION Showing results of youth work, recognition of non-formal learning and proving that there is need and benefit of European youth projects is equally important for all actors. The importance of effective visibility and dissemination and exploitation of project results is highlighted also in the Erasmus+: Youth in Action programme, where having a good DEOR plan and activities is fundamental to have your project approved. Showing your local or international work, results of E+ YIA or other projects in a meaningful way is important – not only for the funders, but also for your target groups and the local environment to join your activities, support your aims, learn from examples, realise changes, celebrate results, etc. The most essential project results are the learning of the participants and the participating organisations alongside with the impact in the local communities. Identifying, documenting and communicating these can sometimes be a challenging task – but it is possible with a strategic plan and a pinch of creativity. Increasing the visibility of the E+ youth projects and their impact contributes to the recognition of non-formal learning in international youth work and allows your work to be seen and appreciated by the people and groups most important for you. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES The aim of this long-term training is to offer support for the applicants and beneficiaries of the programme for successful planning and implementation of visibility and DEOR strategies within their Erasmus+: Youth in Action projects. PHASE 1: 1st Training course, 8-12 December 2015, Ljubljana, Slovenia The goal is to enable the selected participants to gain strategic planning skills and knowledge for quality planning of visibility and DEOR strategies within their projects. Objectives: • To present the purpose and potential benefits of investing into the visibility & DEOR of E+ YIA projects • To explore expectations of the E+ YIA programme towards the applicants and beneficiaries in the area of visibility and DEOR • To raise the knowledge and understanding of the participants on the topics of communication and ensuring visibility and dissemination and exploitation of project results • To offer the participants a structured and professional support for quality planning of their visibility and DEOR strategies • To encourage the participants to use communication channels and tools in an innovative way • To offer a chance for the participants to share examples of good practice in the area of visibility and DEOR activities PHASE 2: Practising and implementing in local realities, January-June 2016 The goal of this phase is to enable participants to use in practice and adapt the knowledge and resources from the 1st training course in their work. They will design communication plans for their Erasmus+: Youth in Action projects in consultation with the experts. PHASE 3: 2nd Training course, June/September 2016 The goal of the 2nd training course is to offer practical support for the participants for quality and innovative implementation of their visibility and DEOR strategies based on the needs and outcomes of the previous phases and evaluate the efficiency and relevance of the long-term training. Objectives: • To offer the participants a structured and professional support for quality implementation of visibility and DEOR strategies of their approved and upcoming E+ YIA projects • To enable participants to test in practice innovative use of different communication channels and tools • To offer a chance to share examples of practices in the area of visibility and DEOR activities • To collect feedback from the participants on the challenges they faced when preparing their visibility and DEOR plans (More information and application form for the second training course will be published in the first half of 2016.) DATES & VENUE The activity will take place in Hotel M (https://www.m-hotel.si/eng) in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on 8-12 December 2015. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES The participants are expected to arrive on the 8th of December 2015 by 6 pm to be able to participate in the welcome evening scheduled for 7 pm. Departures should be planned on 12th of December 2015. TARGET GROUP AND NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS The training will gather 30 participants, who: • have actively participated in the planning and implementation of at least one mobility activity in the frame of the Erasmus+: Youth in Action programme • have an idea for a new mobility project, with which you intend to apply in the first half of 2016 • are interested in increasing the overall impact of your project by ensuring visibility and effective dissemination and exploitation of your project results • are committed to participate actively in all three phases of this training (1st training course, practice and 2nd training course)
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Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/5304

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This Training Course is

for 30 participants

from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries , Western Balkan countries

and recommended for

Youth workers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers

Working language(s):

English

Organiser:

This training is co-organised by the Slovenian, Croatian, Hungarian and Lithuanian National Agencies for the Erasmus+ Youth in Action programme and SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre. (National Agency)

Contact for questions:

Tinkara Bizjak Zupanc

E-Mail:

Phone: +386 1 430 47 47

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.

Costs

If you are selected to participate in this training, all costs related to your stay and participation in the training course (accommodation, food & programme) will be covered by the organisers. The travel costs to the activity and back, however, can only be covered by E+ YIA national agency of your country (or SALTO SEE RC if you come from Western Balkan country). Therefore we ask you to contact your Erasmus+: Youth in Action NA (Find the list of NAs here: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/tools/national-agencies/index_en.htm) or SALTO SEE RC (https://www.salto-youth.net/rc/see/) regarding potential reimbursement of your travel costs or other practicalities regarding your travel. (Even though by applying for this training you are committing to participating in the whole process, a new call will be published for the second training course in the first half of 2016.)

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. Read more about Youthpass:

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